The 19 children who were killed when a shooter opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, have been provided free, custom-made coffins by a resident of the nearby town of Uvalde.
The victims and their families are receiving aid from a custom coffin builder following the shooting that took place on Tuesday at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. The shooting resulted in multiple deaths.
According to a report, the owner of SoulShine Industries, Trey Ganem, who is 50 years old, has contacted several relatives of the deceased and offered to make them personalized caskets. Edna-based SoulShine Industries is located in Edna.
According to what Ganem said to the media, the caskets will be personalized for each victim and will let the victims’ families remember the positive aspects of their lives.
According to the article, Ganem told the publication, “This casket is for an adult, a truly nice person who attempted to protect children.” [Casket] “This casket is for an adult, a really lovely person who attempted to protect children.” “I joined my family is sitting down together. When I heard the tales that were told about this reliquary, I couldn’t help but feel drawn to it.”